Crime Scene

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Harper Collins, Oct 1, 1995 - True Crime - 432 pages
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One of the nation's top forensic scientists, Larry Ragle has investigated countless brutal and baffling crimes during his forty-year career. Now he takes us behind the yellow police tape and into the medical examiner's laboratory for a fascinating look at his most sensational cases, revealing how cutting-edge science and medical technology were used to shed brilliant light on the criminals and their transgressions. Here is the real world of C.S.I. -- where astonishingly detailed portraits of malefactors are painted with a single drop of blood, and a microscopic fiber can direct the police to even the most careful and elusive of murderers.

 

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Contents

IMPRESSIONS AND PHYSICAL MATCHES
131
FIREARMS EVIDENCE
159
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About the author (1995)

Larry Ragle is the retired Director of Forensic Sciences in Orange County, California. During his career as a forensic scientist he investigated countless high-profile homicides, and lent his expertise to the defense team in the O.J. Simpson murder trial. Mr. Ragle currently lives in Laguna Beach, California.

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